ROWLAND: Give ‘em an inch, and they might just take our rivers
Mama and I were recently out for one of our Saturday morning walks, and for the life of me I can’t remember how the conversation began, but we somehow got on the subject of the water war between Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
HODGES: A proper view of ourselves
A sweet lady in Fairburn, Georgia used to cut my hair.
DAVIDSON: I'm afraid of the big bad wolf
As adults we’d like to believe that we’ve done away with the fears and worries of our youth.
OUR SPACE: WISE spacecraft is now NEOWISE
Loyal Our Space readers will remember the excitement when the WISE (Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer) spacecraft was launched in December 2009.
ROWLAND: My personal campaign to bring back the word stupid before it’s too late
A few weeks back, I went to the Second Sunday Concert Series at Washington Park in Macon.
HODGES: Uncle Gene — the stuff of legend
My Uncle Gene died last week, and he was the stuff of legend.
OUR SPACE: Mt. Wilson: Still cutting edge after all these years
These days every school kid knows that our solar system is just one of many — a quite unremarkable bunch of planets around an ordinary main sequence star, somewhere out there in the suburbs of the galaxy.
So at my age I forget a few things
First, let me clear up a few things from last week’s column.
RICHARDSON: Running the mighty rapids of Oconee
In 1971 Lake Oconee was just a gleam in the eye of the Georgia Power Company.
OUR SPACE: Another two bite the dust
It’s retirement time up there in space — these days we bid our final fondest farewells to two spacecraft loyal OUR SPACE readers will recall from past discussions: ocean explorer Jason 1 and galaxy hunter GALEX.
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